Welcome to the Travel Forums


Why join TravelBlog?

  • Membership is Free and Easy
  • Your travel questions answered in minutes!
  • Become part of the friendliest online travel community.
Join Now! Join TravelBlog* today and meet thousands of friendly travelers. Don't wait! Join today and make your adventures even more enjoyable.

* Blogging is not required to participate in the forums
Advertisement


Your weather

Advertisement
What is it doing?
10 years ago, December 17th 2008 No: 21 Msg: #57843  
Indonesia is free of storm recently...
I hope we are ready to receive visitor who wants to celebrate christmas here.... Reply to this

10 years ago, July 8th 2009 No: 22 Msg: #78843  
I dont need to travel to Thailand this June and July for the rainy season. We are having an exceptionally rainy Summer here in the South of Germany. Reply to this

10 years ago, July 10th 2009 No: 23 Msg: #79143  
B Posts: 602
We have had nice days and rain storms just in time to keep me from mowing my lawn or weeding my garden. LOL Reply to this

10 years ago, July 20th 2009 No: 24 Msg: #80278  
D Posts: 49
It's almost August and summer still hasn't hit Toronto. We've been averaging 18-23 degrees all July, when it really should be 25 degrees or higher. It's also been pretty chilly with the cool breeze and raining or overcast a lot. Where oh were has summer gone? Reply to this

10 years ago, July 21st 2009 No: 25 Msg: #80335  
The year I lived in Toronto it was incredibly hot in Summer and snowed for 6 months in winter and too cold to stay outside for more than a few minutes at a time. But, from what I have heard others say, that may have been particularly extreme weather that year. Reply to this

9 years ago, September 2nd 2009 No: 26 Msg: #85004  
I usually love thunder storms, but last nights one here in Munich scared me. It sounded like it was ripping the sky appart and blowing up nearby buildings. It also seems to have blasted our Summer away. Yesterday was like a hot mid Summer day, while today is certainly Autumn like. Reply to this

9 years ago, October 14th 2009 No: 27 Msg: #89374  
The first snow flakes are comming down. :O When I heard the forecast yesterday, I thought they mean it will snow in the mountains. It usually doesnt snow in October where I am. Reply to this

9 years ago, October 15th 2009 No: 28 Msg: #89566  
B Posts: 602
We have 4 feet on the mountain and have had several inches of snow already this year. This is early for us. It is finally giving a bit of a break from the cold and going to warm up to normal temperatures. Reply to this

9 years ago, December 17th 2009 No: 29 Msg: #96614  
We have lots of snow.
Temperatures are going up next week, so the snow will probably melt before Christmas day. 😞 Reply to this

9 years ago, December 17th 2009 No: 30 Msg: #96648  
B Posts: 602
I will send you some Mel - We have quite a bit, but the cold weather is going to come with it. We are actually warming up. It should be up around 20F (-6C). This past weekend it was -6F (-21C) without counting the windchill, so this is a tropical heat wave for us. Reply to this

9 years ago, December 17th 2009 No: 31 Msg: #96658  
Its been some pretty wild weather in Toronto. Its all wonky. Warm some days, waaaaay too cold the others! Reply to this

9 years ago, December 17th 2009 No: 32 Msg: #96660  
B Posts: 602
Our winters are getting colder each year. This past summer was not as hot either. Reply to this

9 years ago, December 17th 2009 No: 33 Msg: #96669  

I will send you some Mel ...


Yes, do. 😊 I havent had a white Christmas, since I lived in Canada.
Reply to this

9 years ago, December 21st 2009 No: 34 Msg: #96965  
its been cold for quite some time now from where I am at but there wont be any snow, there hasn't been any snow in this country. although a white christmas would be fun, a cold one is also ok. its great as walking and strolling through parks in the night is easier and safer. Reply to this

9 years ago, December 21st 2009 No: 35 Msg: #97014  
There are huge snow flakes comming down now, and several inches of snow already on the ground. Apparently, all the snow will be gone by Christmas day. The temperatures are going up to 2 degrees celcius today and 7 degrees tomorrow. Reply to this

9 years ago, December 30th 2009 No: 36 Msg: #97849  
Ya I know the feeling of delayed flights, it sucks.. Just to let you all know Im in Toronto and the weather is pretty clear, no precipitation just cold, like negative 9 Reply to this

9 years ago, December 30th 2009 No: 37 Msg: #97878  
Just grey and rainy here. I am hoping for a white new years day, since we didnt get a white Christmas. Maybe the snow will start again soon. We would need temperatures to drop around 5 celcius degrees for it. Reply to this

9 years ago, December 31st 2009 No: 38 Msg: #97969  
It is Hot, 38c (100f) with possibilities of storms later tonight, New Years eve. Happy New Year everyone. Reply to this

9 years ago, January 2nd 2010 No: 39 Msg: #98135  
Our snow is back, here in Munich Germany. 😊 It snowed all last night and around half of today. It is staying cold so it wont melt, and there will be more snow comming down in the middle of next week according to the forecast. Reply to this

9 years ago, January 26th 2010 No: 40 Msg: #101237  
I am currently reading about and looking at photos of tropical islands in Malaysia to visit with my daughter this year. It feels really weird thinking about sunny islands in Asia, with the snow comming down outside all day. Reply to this

Tot: 0.358s; Tpl: 0.046s; cc: 3; qc: 70; dbt: 0.2568s; 1; m:saturn w:www (104.131.125.221); sld: 2; ; mem: 1.2mb